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Hey guys, just thought I'd share something I do for my props.

If I enjoy the prop, but it won't show up well under lighting because the colors don't "pop" enough, often I can just use a black sharpie and make a quick fix.



The one on the above left has been highlighted with black permanent marker. (Basically just followed the creases.) The one on the above right had nothing done to it.



The same skulls under simulated lighting conditions.

-Bryce :)
 

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That's a nifty tip. Maybe I'll do that to my crappy "Brain Child" that I got last year. Paint job on it is horrible.
 

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YEah, it's surprising to me how things can be well molded and then have a crappy paint job. Viva La Sharpie! :D
 

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Some guys are well endowed, I get the "little things" that make all the difference. LOL
 

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Thanks, easy and cheap. Now I know why I look up to you.
 

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First time anyone has said that...then again it could be because I'm so short. :p Thanks scareme.
 

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You mean noone has ever told you before they like you cheap and easy? I find that hard to believe.
 
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